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that the rest of us do. in response to the question earlier today from the congressman, we have quite an extensive bram to try to ensure that information can reach the iranian people, that they have the technology with access to that information. there are other things we can do to be helpful in supporting the aspirations of the iranian people. we would be glad to give you more detail. >> thank you. >> i have nothing to add. >> then i will turn to syria. there has been ongoing violence. secretary rice led an effort to vigorously. my question is, what is ever strategy moving forward? there has been progress made building international consensus. the question is, what are our next steps and what specifically do we need to do to work with china and russia to address their concerns? >> we have not stop to that effort. indeed, secretary cohen said earlier today, today the european union -- the commercial bank of iran and i meant to say the commercial bank of syria. they designated the commercial bank, which is an important step. stopping petroleum between oil and gas between europe in this
and track the latest contributions. easy to use, it helps you navigate the political landscape with twitter feeds and facebook updates from the campaigns. plus, links to c-span media partners, all at c- president obama hence to nevada today for a couple of campaign events as part of a three-day trip through western states. the associated press reports the president will talk about jobs. nevada has the nation's highest unemployment rate at nearly 13.5%. the president goes to california tomorrow, colorado tomorrow night. republican presidential candidate michele bachmann was in iowa this past weekend for several campaign events. she spoke to this conversation at a service in cash out -- at cavalry bible church. she talked about the trip that her ancestors made to the u.s. before settling in iowa. she talks about how her fate has affected her life. trolley after arriving, she greeted congregation members. this is about 55 minutes. >> what is your name? good to meet you. hello, mary. you are an old farmer? i married a young one. >> thank you. >> she want to get a picture
what it means to be a citizen of the world and understand how the rest of the world affects us here in places like indiana. i would argue, yes, it can happen again. he is a game changer. count on it. he is not the left will keep. >> the author of "the forgotten man." james madison, prof. of history at indiana university. david willkie, the grandson of, wendell willkie. we thank the russellville historical society for letting us conduct this program here. as we look typical life and career of wendell willkie, a passed away in the fall of 1944. >> window welty, republican candidate for the presidency of the united states in 1940, taken suddenly at age 52. dominated by popular acclaim, wendell willkie won the admiration of all his countrymen for his energy, policy, and forthright courage. he spent the last years of his vigorous life in an effort to promote mutual understanding and good will among all nations. they talk with churchill in london and shared experiences with britain's average pokes. -- folks. he visited and talk with the people of russia, of the middle east, and of china,
computer adaptive tests, but only in grade -- oregon is allowed to use computer adaptive tests, but only in grade level. i want you to use these tests outside the grade level so you can get a real assessment of where the child is at. >> this gets into one of my favorite things as well. i have looked at the test results that parents are given for their kids, and it is not being able to test out of range or out of grade -- it's severely hinders the intermission the parents get. i would like for everybody to look at the reports that kids get across this nation and challenge you if you are not an educated to be able to tell whether that kid is doing well or not. i grew up under iowa basics, and my parents used to get the results from that, and have learned since then that the district was able to buy the results they wanted overall and help people out. but the one thing that really did was your report card came back, and if you were in fourth grade and you might be only reading at third-grade, second- month level. the parents could only be really upset or really happy to figure the
are populated. we are welcome. they like us. they want us there. but we have to find a new place to base our marines. the new location up north is unreal. it is far too costly. it is not going to happen. we have to be honest. id is not going to happen. we have to find a different path to relocate some of our marines from that facility where they currently are. there are some suggestions that we have made to the pentagon. i would hope that secretary leon panetta and i think you were referring to his visit to japan will tell the japanese we are very close allies. whatever we are going to do, we are going to do to get their. this will not be a unilateral shift of the u.s. we have a plan that is unworkable. it is simply too expensive. we ought to be honest with each other. for some reason, it is difficult politically and i am not sure why. i do not know why it is difficult politically to say that we agreed on a plan. hey, it is not working. let's change the planned. there is a sensitivity. who goes fst? this is an ally facing a common problem. it is not such a problem. people are try
toward those of us who have anxiety that so many parties have been promised a referendum again and again? it clearly is something the british people want, to have a say over our future relationship with the european union. it is likely the house of commons is likely to vote heavily against what the europeans -- what the british people want. >> i will try to keep my tongue constructive throughout. i completely understand people's frustrations. they were promised a referendum on the lisbon treaty and did not get that referendum because it was put in place by the last government, and it was not possible to hold that referendum. but i think the answer to frustration about not having a referendum about the last thing is not to just offer a referendum on the next idea. the most important thing is to deliver what people want, which is to get the best out of the european union. where there are opportunities, we take them. that is the focus we should have. >> the prime minister rightfully said that the 27 nation states will decide anything on the single market. it has not told the house that the
me today. they want us by a special thanks to jim and scotty. thank you what that tour. it was all some to be on aligned with you. demint and women of u.s. steel, thank you for having me here today to. be in the outskirts of pittsburgh, the city built on the work and hopes and dreams of blue-collar american workers. >> there is one in six americans who are job-ready but cannot find a full-time job. for $45 million on food stamps, there is 48% of the households least one resident is receiving government benefits. americans as the soft. i believe our people have a tough set out the best they can. they are looking for leadership. rare in washington, d.c. today. what i am proposing today is the first part of an economic growth package that will rebuild the engine of american prosperity. the plan at present this , energizing american jobs and security, will kickstart the economic growth of this country and create 1.2 million jobs. and free of washington gridlock because it does not require constitutional -- i should say constitute -- congressional action. we are doing it through a serie
with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 267. the nays are 144. the bill is passed. without objection, the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio rise? >> mr. speaker, i ask for unanimous consent to remove myself as a co-sponsor of h.r. 13890. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. chabot: thank you. mr. speaker, i further ask unanimous consent that the committee on the judiciary have until 5:00 p.m. on thursday, october 20, to file a report to accompany h.r. 822. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. chabot: mr. speaker, in addition i also ask unanimous consent that when the house adjourns today it adjourn to meet at 11:00 a.m. on tuesday, october 18, 2011, and when the house adjourns on that day it adjourn to meet at 10:00 a.m. on friday, october 21, 2011. and when the house adjour
twice for sources you use, you ducked the question. i would like to ask you a third time -- was sources of information do you rely on for your views on climate change? >> within the last couple of weeks, a renowned nobel laureate who joined the course that is time after time, information becomes available, they look at all of the data, and they say, those of one to take the position that global fault and 's incontrovertible, that is not correct. there are scientists standing up all across this country that are saying that. i just have to say -- here is my issue. you have your question and i will answer it. i have the microphone. hear, a nobel laureate of some acclaim who stood and said, i want to be removed from the role of -- i believe it was the physical society and he said, there is not incontrovertible evidence. here is my point. the climate has been changing for millenniums. it has been changing for thousands of years. for us to take a snapshot in time and say, what is going on in this country today? the climate change that is going fault and we need to jeopardize america's economy
foreign policy plan. the former u.s. ambassador to china spoke at southern new hampshire university. this is sponsored by the world affairs council of new hampshire. this is about an hour. >> good morning, everyone, and we are pleased that you are here for a foreign policy conversation with candidates today. our mission is to promote understanding of world affairs around the and i did states, and that goal is never more critical than any presidential primary year. in the last election more than 10% americans considered foreign-policy when of voting. it is now a national initiative of the world affairs council to engage american in the most pressing national security issues facing our country. here at the council of new hampshire, we hope by offering a platform for candidates and the public to discuss foreign policy voters will be better educated on how global issues affect their lives. to find out more about our program, visit our web site. to begin our program, i am honored to welcome former governor tom ridge of pennsylvania. please join me in welcoming governor ridge. [applause]
out of the u.s. senate, one of the true great american patriots, i think, arguably, the best vice-president of the united states. ladies and gentlemen, and joe biden, the president of -- vice- president of the united states. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, i am truly delighted to be here tonight. you all are going to be seeing an awful lot of me because the state's i will be concentrating on our pennsylvania, ohio, florida, new hampshire, so i will be here a lot. i look forward to working with you all. we plan on winning florida. we cannot win without you. and we cannot win without bill nelson in florida. [applause] but you cannot mention bill without mentioning grace, literally. ladies and gentlemen, they have become two of the best friends for jim and me, for our workers in the senate, and now. the would work harder for us than bill and grace. as someone told me once when now is running for reelection, he said, what would jim to for you in delaware? he said, mr. chairman, some places you hurt and some places you helped. he said, well, i will come and campaign for order again
to be doing that, given your view that it is up to us to keep them in check? >> my view is that we have a similar responsibility of pushing back the taliban and standing up the afghan military. they have to take responsibility themselves to earn tand to keep their independence from the taliban. we will not stay there protecting their independence forever. the generals closest to the theater had indicated that we can pull back our surrogate troops in december 2012. the president move that up to september 2012 which i think it's a mistake in politics and put our troops into greater danger. it should be pushed back to december 2012. the rest of our troops, rigid come out through to thousand 14. at that point they believed that the afghan military is ready to assume responsibility. to look at that with 100% confidence? no, there will continue to be risks with taliban forces in afghanistan, but at some point, the afghans must take that battle themselves, and our commanders believe that at that point they will be sufficiently prepared to shoulder the burden. and i have hopes and confiden
-frank and others, we need to build a manufacturing plant here. if that brings us johnson economics panchen which pays for schools and teachers what they're worth, allows our nation to fund those things from our research and development standpoint, that is what i didn't get -- as governor. we took our economy to #one. he created a flat tax and our state. the business that came in in the entrepreneurial activity that followed on to that was such that we were able to triple the rainy day fund, pay teachers what they were worth. >> while we do about the financial community? what about head fund managers? energy hedge fund managers? >> you have to find that balance. i appreciate that. thank you. i present that. -- i appreciate that. >> that sounds great. thank you very, very much. thank you so, so much ra. >> we will see you. good to see you. take care. >> republican presidential candidate mitt romney held a town hall meeting and huffington -- and hopkinton, new hampshire. new hampshire host the nation's first president to primary. -- presidential primary. >> i was told you have a government that liv
are indebted to them. thank you. those were not the closest to us, maybe he should have stepped it up a notch. it doesn't hurt to have friends with access to drones. [laughter] i have been asked by many people would advise i it was given general dempsey. what pearls of wisdom i would leave to them. a big part of this job is discretion. i have always taken that responsibility very seriously, always considered a low profile was bass, some of like my hero, george marshall. i said as much to david letterman on his show and it is all my facebook page if you want to see it. next to be fair the posion is often misunderstood, and i was at a dinner party a couple of years ago when a woman asked me what i did in the military. not wishing to make a whole thing of it, i told her i work in the pentagon, and she kept pressing for details before i admitted that i ended joint chiefs share. oh she said. i guess i thought with all of those metals and stars you were someone important, but i am, i stressed. i'm the president's top military adviser. her eyes got big. clearly, she was embarrassed. all my goodness,
and intolerant. instead of equal opportunity, it is unequaled opportunity and widening inequality. instead of us being together, everybody is fate interdependent, we are all on our own. let me tell you something. the progressive forces always win out over the regressive forces. [applause] right now, there are two strategies. the basic strategy is the regressive radical right is using -- understand them in economic terms. we have to spread the truth about the economy. why is this important? it is one of the big allies george orwell and others understood. what is the big lie? if you state it over and over again, even though it is absurd, if you state it over and over again on fox news, radical radio, rush limbaugh -- if you say it over and over again on the editorial pages of "the wall street journal," people start believing it, because "i keep hearing that." unless the truth is told firmly and loudly, the lies takeover -- take over. it is our responsibility to make sure the truth gets out. in the economy, there are a lot of lies. they are big lies, walkers. for example, the lie i keep hearing is
annual exports to korea by a minimum of $9.1 billion upon full implementation. for u.s. beef exports, korean tariffs will be fazed out in 15 years. cotton will become permanent guaranteeing cotton producers will compete in korea on a level playing field with other cotton-producing nations. there is no doubt that all three pending free-trade agreements are good for agricultural producers in texas and in the united states. these agreements are also good for the united states' service industry. i am proud to say that i serve on the house financial services committee. currently, u.s. financial services providers face challenges to doing business in all three nations with which we have pending free-trade agreements. the services industry in each nation is growing and with passage of this agreement, american financial services firms will have better access and better ability to compete in a vibrant and growing market. these agreements are also important to the united states standing in the world. in particular the colombia agreement should be passed so colombia can serve as a counterweight
. an individual who will be a fabulous first lady for the u.s., my wife, anita. [applause] it is good to be with all of you. i want to thank tony perkins for the invitation to speak at this event today and for his work in advancing the conservative constitutional principles that have built the greatest nation on to the history of civilization. thank you. many of you come to this gathering of value voters and it strikes me as interesting. in americao odvoter who is not a value voter. it is just a question of whose values that they share. [laughter] they seek more than equal opportunity. they seek out equal outcomes. those on to the white house today do not believe in an american essentialism. they would rather emulate the policies of europe. but we have seen what their policies have led to. 14 million americans out work. 45 million americans on food stamps. according to wednesday's wall street journal, nearly half of americans now receive government benefits. in response to this economic misery, liberals are now pointing fingers. when did it under phrases like "fair share" you just kno
that using our formula to get a -- an estimate of how many jobs we expect it to create. we will ask the cdfi's to track the data so we have something to compare it to. and we will also do a jobs audit. we have an independent third- party agency that will be able to go out and look at how the money was used about what jobs were created, and they will talk with some of the businesses and get an honest count. we want to be transparent. we want to be accountable. we want people to know what happened with this. it depends on a number of dollars is the short answer. the second question, we have not received much push back from anybody. we have received a lot of support. and there's a lot of -- a lot of excitement and denthusiasm about this. it is a sort of fundamental tenet of what america is about. we expect there to be bipartisan support. historically, we have been -- had bipartisan support. they are simply pragmatic solutions to real problems that affect real people every day. >> there is another tweet to ask you how you came up with the $5 as opposed to something smaller, like a dollar. where
] that is an american soldier. it was a great privilege for all of us to honor these two men for their service and their valor and their courage, leadership, and humility. they clearly show how they are becoming known as their nation's next created a generation. over the course of this past year, i have seen this next greatest generation at work in service to america. deployed, yes, to two very difficult theatres of war but also by 80 countries spanning the globe, including keeping peace in the cyanide, challenging nature, scouring the terrain of long ago battlefields to bring home a fallen but not forgotten comrade. their service is remarkable, and i am humbled to be in their company. i recognize the great challenge, the great responsibility have to these men and women of the american soldier, to their families, to their civilian work force. during a recent trip to representative afghanistan, i had a chance to spend some time with a young captain and a first lieutenant just a little more than a year out of the military academy they were in charge of operations in that part of the valley. they
helpful and very supportive and participated greatly in this outreach. welcome to the podium u.s. representative steve king. [applause] >> thank you all very, very much. that is a wonderful welcome. it's a fantastic privilege to have an opportunity to be here today in any capacity. already in just walking around the hotel, you have recharged my faith and belief in america. the things that have made this a great, great country also. i have been asked to speak about the marriage issue and jew additional retention in iowa. i would start out this way, and that is that marriage is -- first of all, it is a sacred relationship. it is established by god. [applause] all of our human experience points to marriage as being the essential foundation stone to civilization. we pour through marriage all of our values. a man and woman joined together in holy matrimony put together with them the values of their faith, the cultural values, the religious ethic, work ethic, cultural ethic, the foods we eat and the things we do for recreation, all of the things we found most precious that championship
, and nebraska. let us start with hawaii. what is the situation out there? guest: they are the newest entrant on our topic list of states that we think are too close to call. there is one republican in the state who could win that race, it is the former governor. she got in the race last week. democrats had a primary. we think this is going to be a good race. they have one many of the gubernatorial races. this is going to be a competitive race, despite a heavily -- despite being a heavily democratic state. host: it is not a state that people think about that often except for when they are trying to get out of the northeast. this could be an important race for the democrats in the senate. guest: it could be an important phrase. if they cannot hold why, that does not bode well for their maturity. -- told hawaii, that does not bode well for their maturity. this is the president's home state in some ways. he is very popular still. he is leading the ballot. that makes it harder for republicans, without a doubt. this is a race the democrats cannot count on having. host: let's go to the next state,
at the new york state assembly for allowing us to broadcast live. we want to thank our studio audience and our cable partner up here in albany, time-warner. we're going to leave you with a few of al smith's own words on his career and life. >> i was elected to my first public office in 1903. i remained in the assembly for 12 years. then i was elected sheriff of new york county. then i was elected president of the board of aldermen. in fact, i ran for office 22 times. i was element -- elected 20 times and defeated twice. i've worked for the county, i've worked for the city. i have worked for the state. and you will probably remember that i tried to get a job down in washington but something happened to me at that time. [laughter] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] . the series airs live every friday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern through december 9. you can see tonight's program again at 11:00 p.m. eastern. for more information, go to our website, you will find appraisals by historians and portions of
by a retired u.s. air general, flying on the right wing of the diamond to pay tribute to enroll -- admeld mike mullen. for a job well done, this isur salute. [applause] [applause] ♪ ♪ [applause] [military orders] ♪ ♪ [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, please remain standing for the benediction. >> let us pray. eternal god, we thank you for the gift of a move -- admiral mullen, his wife debra, and the contribution to each branch of our armed forces and especially this great nation. may be blessed with your gift of counsel and discernment as they continue on the road of further service to their family, community, and nation. we ask your celestial blessing upon the general martin dempsey, his wife, and their family. be with them as he begins his new role. help them to bear the awesome responsibilities which are aced around -- upon him. guard him as he believes admiral mullen, and stand sentinel for each of us night and day. finally, has become to the lore -- caller: of this ceremony, may you continue to bless us and -- as we come to the end of the ceremony, may continue to bless us and k
through november and the senate is considering a bill to deal with china's currency. and use our comprehensive resource on congress to get more and permission about your elected officials, with c-span's congressional chronicle, including video of every house session, schedules, committee hearings, and more. >> for the first time, americans will have access to connectivity, even if there are natural disasters and other things happening, through our satellite network. >> the ceo of light squared on his company's effort to build a satellite network. discussing how his technology may interfere with military and government equipment. >> ruth bader ginsburg discusses legal issues in front of law students at the university of california hastings college of law from sanfrancisco. the founding person for the justice of law interviews her over topics including civil procedure, the recent walmart decision, and other important legal decisions which came before the high court. this is about 90 minutes. pick 4 conversation and fourth thoughts about law and justice. i am so honored to be able t
, but how it is covered. we are a news operation that uses the same skills, the same standards that i used as a working journalists at a very news organizations. we are extremely aggressive. we figured out a way of doing its where i think the operation is relevant to what is gone today. that to me is what is important. i do not so much want to talk about celebrity news but the delivery system. that is what is important. i do think the delivery system in media generally is stale. i think there is a good chance that lots of people here will be put out of work if the people who run this delivery system do not change it quickly. i think it can be changed. that is what i want to spend a little bit of time before we open it up to questions. there have been a radical changes in the last 30 years. in the last 10 years, radical changes in technology, consumer tastes. i do not think that is being reflected in the media, period. look at broadcast journalism right now. there is a standard way to present news, which has been going on for four decades. anchor throws to a reporter who throws to a package
and the west did for us, but at the same time, the libyan sovereignty has to be respected. with this weekend the relationship, the interest, and it will not be blamed as we have been used by the country's the support us and the countries will not be blamed that they will come for a certain interest and they will make the libyan little decisions. i am sure we have reached understanding between our leadership, even at this time, that we have to do it any better way. we have to build confidence between our countries, between our peoples, and of course our economic and trade relations will be taken into account, the country's looking to support us when we are desperate. i will never forget on march 19, when mr. jibril called me and told me if there is no action tonight from nato, then benghazi will be the biggest -- cemetery in the region. if they are late one hour talks that would have been -- if they are late one hour, that would have been true. >> we are going to consider some of the 20-odd questions in a more thoughtful way, i checked with our friends with the libyan delegation, and provide
. we used to build things -- built built the golden gate bridge, the hoover dam, the grand central station. there's no reason why we should sit here and watch the best highways and the newest airports being built in china. here in the united states of america. time in the making -- we're not going to solve them overnight. right now to put people back to work -- right now. right now to give the economy the jolt that it needs. so that's why i sent congress the american jobs act. >> thank you! >> keep in mind -- keep in mind, asheville, this is the kind of bill containing the kinds of proposals that in the past have received support from democrats and republicans. it's completely paid for -- by asking our wealthiest citizens, folks making more than a million dollars a year, to pay their fair share. [cheers] independent economists -- not my economists, but independent economists -- have said this jobs bill would create nearly 2 million jobs. that's not my opinion. who work for me. it's the opinion of people who evaluate these kinds of things for a living. it says this bill will help pu
for your product from u.s. companies, you can deducted before you apply the 9%. if you buy your ingredients and components from foreign countries, nondeductible. [applause] it is leveling the playing field. it gets government out of the business of picking winners and losers and allows the free market system to pick the winners and losers. that is what they 999 plan does. working on the right problem. one of the other questions that often get as close -- why are you running for president? to be president. [laughter] [applause] what did i mess? i am not running to go to disneyland. [laughter] america has problems. i'm a problem solver. that is why i am running. [applause] my challenge to you -- my challenge to you is to stay informed because we are up against a lot of stupid people in america. who do not have a clue. that is why you have to be informed. currently, stay involved. come to conferences like this, go to rallies, good to have parties, the two parties where you watch the debates into your own evaluation. go to website come into your own research, stay involved. it is the informed a
historical relationships. that is telling us that something structurally has changed in the labor force that will require something other than just a strong economy, efforts to stimulate the economy from either physical or monetary policies. host: we have divided the farmers of little differently. -- we have divided the phone numbers a little differently. *this is a taped program james cooper, i wanted to talk to you a little bit about congress and what they are doing. we've got a story from "the hell." hill." is this providing that long-term unemployed help to keep treading water while they are trying to find jobs? guest: i think it is part of the answer. there is no one answer i think to long-term unemployment. anyone will tell you it will be either quick or easy for extended unemployment benefits again is an interesting point. one of obama -- when the provisions in the obama jobs bill was to increase the flexibility of the unemployment insurance program which would allow long-term unemployed to continue to receive unemployment benefits as a part of a retraining or apprenticeship prog
realize there are so many challenges in front of us. at the same time, the libyans have been able to unite and fight the regime in eight months. they have been raping and killing. mass graves. i have a great hope in this people to continue the dream of for a free, democratic government. the second thing, the international community who came to help the desperate to libyan in the right time, we not only need their support and help, but we also need it during the peace. libyans need an education and instructions. they need training. they need security and the need stabilization. this is an important issue. the national security council yesterday -- i was not very happy. i thought they would extend it until the end of the year when we managed to control everything in our country. but the forming of another option led by qatar and the ad states and other countries, this makes me feel more comfortable. gaddafi is dead. he is finished. at the same time, there are some people and -- we have borders with african countries. they came through the border to kill our people. we have to remove the arms
dewey's campaign. he used this we whenever he was in new york during 12 years of governor. he and his family and the closest aides gathered in this room on election night. corning me is richard norton smith. it is november 2, 1948 at the roosevelt hotel. what happens here? >> well, the day began with a virtual unanimity in the nation's press corps that this election was over. it was thomas e. dewey's to lose. there were pollsters who had stopped polling after labor day. they were so convinced there was no contest. gov. dewey and mrs. do we want to vote at midday not too far from here. he got out of his car and decided to walk back to the hotel. reporters thought it was a good sign. he was a new dewey,a warmer dewey that people have seen on the campaign trail. they had an election night tradition of having dinner with their friends, robert strauss who was a publisher. the family went there for an early dinner. while they were there, some disturbing returns came in from connecticut in particular. thomas dooley had relied along the accountants as much as anyone else, almost -- always had
. we know has the law, we know hamas, and now we know the iranians. are using mexico as a base of operation to penetrate into a porous border of the united states to do harm to american citizens or a saudi diplomat. >> understanding this is a state-by-state issue, what would you advocate to turn these tax wasters into taxpayers? >> the issue is to secure the border. once you secure the border and then you start alleviating the number of people and that we can have a conversation -- a debate, a discussion with congress and with the american people about how we are going to bring the individuals who are here who may have been here for 20 or 30 years out of the shadow of illegality to deal with the issue. i don't know if i have -- >> how would you start the conversation as president? >> you mean immigration reform? i think you start looking at some type of program where people come out of the shadows of illegality when they work with a visa program. amnesty is not on the table. i'm not for the dream act. i am for citizenship the old- fashioned way and that is the reason we require
a local attorney and you have to have a local attorney for the case, don't you? and -- and you want us to believe that the local attorney is -- has no responsibility for the case at all? is this really what the -- what the law requires? i -- i think there is a serious ethical obligation when he has the -- when he gets the notice. he's one of the attorneys for your client. and he got the notice, right? that one was not returned. mr. garre: --that's correct, justice scalia. justice antonin scalia: he failed to check with -- with the new york lawyers who were working with him. why is it -- why is the state responsible for that? mr. garre: we have three points on the local counsel, your honor. first, the record shows that the notice is not attributable to mr. maples because mr. butler had disclaimed any relationship apart from facilitating the admission of the out-of-state attorneys. justice ruth bader ginsburg: disclaimed to who? i mean, how could the clerk be expected to know that the local counsel really isn't taking any part? i mean -- so was the disclaimer to the clerk? mr. garre: i t
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